Feb 1, 2019
Why should we ditch the pill? What are the risks of hormonal birth control that we don’t know about? Take a listen as Dr. Jolene Brighten answers our questions about hormonal birth control and gives us the tools we need to make the best decision for our health and wellbeing.
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As I mentioned before, one of my goals for this year is to meet more of you guys in person, and so I have a few meet-ups scheduled and ready for you all to come and hang out! On the first week of March, I will be in Portland, Oregon for the Nutritional Therapy Association (NTA) Annual Conference where I will speak about building and running a business and what it’s like to be an entrepreneur, especially in the nutrition/health space. So while I’m there, I have decided to host a Keto for Women Meetup on Friday, March 1st in Downtown Portland. Head over to my website, www.shawnmynar.com/ntameetup and reserve your spot!
The following weekend, I will be in L.A. So if you are in L.A., come hang out with me at the new Osso Good Bone Broth storefront on Saturday, March 9th and head over to www.shawnmynar.com/lameetup to reserve your spot.
All of my meetup schedules throughout the year will be sent out in my newsletter, so make sure you are on that list over at my website. And you can also check my posts about it over on my social media channels, @shawnmynar on Instagram and @shawnmynarhealth on Facebook.
The next round of The Fat Burning Female Project is happening in March, beginning on March 4th. So if you’re wanting to make a change or wanting to do keto the right way, make sure to catch the one-day enrolment on February 25th.
As always, if you have any questions, be on the lookout for the next Keto Hot Seat call for questions on Facebook and Instagram.
“If you want to use the pill or any form of hormonal birth control to manage your symptoms, that’s 100% your right. But you should at least know why you have those symptoms and know how to stay safe and know what to look out for while you’re on it.”
“There hasn’t been a published study that says hormonal birth control causes these mood symptoms, but there hasn’t been a woman who hasn’t complained about mood symptoms since the introduction of hormonal birth control somewhere in your social circle.”
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The advice and opinions in The Keto For Women show are intended for informational purposes only and should not be taken as medical care or advice. Please always consult your medical professional for your specific health concerns.